Hawaii Five-0 s07e08 Episode Script

Hana Komo Pae (Right of Passage)

1 It's okay, catch your breath if need to, that's okay Life in the fast track is where I live This is my every day Okay We never slow, we never gonna stop We never gonna take a break We live the life we want to live, that's why we celebrate Yeah, we're all about a good time Yeah, we're all about a good life You won't believe it till you see This is gonna be a fun ride Yeah Yeah, we're all about a good time Yeah, we're all about a good life Good energy, come follow me, always gonna be (in slow-mo, fading out): A good night (woman whimpers) Hawaii Five-O 7x08 Hana Komo Pae (Right of @elderman Hey Oh, oh-oh, oh Ooh, ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh Here's a little story of a young man Who came across a woman takin' all attention There he fell in love with his beautiful girlie Wow.
Would you look at that.
My boy's becoming a man.
You know, seems like just yesterday, the only thing you knew how to do was fill up your diapers.
Now look at you-- shaving your little peach fuzz.
(laughs) Hey, slow down there.
What you trying to do? You're gonna scrape half your face off.
No (sputters) The secret of getting a close shave-- long, slow strokes, always with the grain.
Look, Dad, I got it, okay? I watched a video on YouTube.
Yeah, I bet you did.
You know, I've noticed you've taken this, uh, sudden interest in personal hygiene.
Now why is that? Can it perhaps be, oh, a young lady that you got your eye on? Maybe someone you're going to, uh, dance with tonight at the formal? No, Dad.
You sure? Yes, sir.
'Cause if you need to learn some moves, I can teach you.
All right, check it out.
This is how I got your mother.
No woman could resist that.
Wise ass.
Know what they used to call me when I was your age? (laughs) Sugar Foot.
Dad, enough.
You're embarrassing us both, okay? If I happen to dance with someone, I'll be just fine.
So there is someone.
I It's Look, it's-it's just dancing.
Okay? It's just dancing.
Just dancing, huh? Yes.
Yeah, well, let me explain something to you about dancing.
Dancing can lead to other things.
You know, I think this is a good time as any to have this conversation.
Is your? Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait.
Wh-What was that, uh (stammers) the dance move-- the-the Cabbage Patch? Cabbage Patch.
Cabbage Patch.
I love that.
Yeah, Cabbage Patch.
Yeah, nice try.
Sit down, get comfortable.
We having this conversation.
Come on now.
Come on, sit down.
All right, first things first.
Are you familiar with the phrase "no glove, no love"? (sighs) Hey, hey! Hey.
It's very, uh, formal for It's poker night.
Yeah, well, I'm not staying, so You scared of my game? I totally understand.
I promise I will take it easy on you.
Okay, that'd be funny if you'd ever beaten me one single hand in your whole life, but you haven't.
Rachel called.
She had to move her flight up.
I got to be a chaperone at Grace's winter formal.
Here are the sandwiches that I promised.
You brought sandwiches, but you're not staying? Yeah, I'm from New Jersey.
We take our sandwich commitments very seriously.
I know.
Thank you for the sandwiches.
And, uh, I'm sorry you can't stick around.
Good news is maybe I'll get to meet Grace's boyfriend now.
Grace has a boyfriend? It's my theory.
And you're going to spy on her.
I'm not gonna spy on her.
I'm-I'm gonna be an involved parent, okay? Grace has a boyfriend, I feel like I have the right to know about it.
Yeah, well, obviously, she's a little skittish about you meeting him, so just don't overreact.
And, in fact, buddy, this is a great opportunity for you to win, uh, uh, brownie points.
Cool dad points.
I don't want to be a cool dad.
Cool dad has a teenager that ends up pregnant or in jail.
Or both.
I got to go pick up Grace.
I'm late.
Have fun.
Yeah, you, too.
Hey, thanks for the sandwiches.
Don't take credit for those.
I would never do that.
And this is the room where Auntie and Uncle sleep.
That's really nice.
Now, is that a picture of you on their dresser there? No, it's them with a friend.
See? I do see.
(chuckles) You know what, thank you very much, Miss Sara.
You were an excellent tour guide.
But I think it might be bedtime, all right? Should we say good night? Okay.
Adios, Uncle Chin.
Adios, boo.
Sweet dreams.
(clears throat) What? Did you just turn your six-year-old niece into a spy? No.
What of it? You need to let this go.
Look, I get it.
You love that little girl.
You want to protect her.
It's actually really sweet.
But you don't approve of my tactics.
Look, I'm in no position to judge.
But I do feel sorry for your future daughter.
God help that child.
(chuckles) You look very pretty in your dress tonight, very grown-up.
Did I do something to upset you? Besides raise you? No, but I'm just worried you're gonna spy on me tonight.
I'm not gonna spy on you.
I'm not gonna do anything that interrupts you having a good time, okay? Promise? Yes, I promise.
Okay? I am, however, uh, looking forward to meeting any, uh, special friend that you might want to What? You see? You're already breaking your promise.
What are you ta? That's not spying-- it's meeting.
I said I would like to meet, shake hands.
"Hi, Mr.
Nice to meet you.
" Like a gentleman.
That's it.
Just simple like that.
If you give me that, then I will sit in the corner and you will not know I exist for the entire night.
Deal? Whoo Come on, come on, come on Hey Whoo Let's get excited, crazy, amplified Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh Let's get it pumping, ready, set on fire Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh I'm feeling good about life Right about now, right about now I'm feeling good about tonight I'm your father, not an Ebola patient.
It's going down tonight Ight It's going down tonight Hello.
Uh, Danny Williams.
Uh, I'm not gonna be on there.
I'm just filling in for Rachel Edwards.
You're Rachel's ex.
The cop, right? Yeah.
You packin'? Am I packin'? No, no, I, uh I left my gun at home.
What about your handcuffs? My handcuffs.
I left my handcuffs at home, too.
Mmm, that's too bad.
Yeah, it is.
Uh, it was nice to meet you.
I got to go find my child.
Thank you.
Do the Dorothy, bad man selection Click-clack your feet, move, move your hips out Do, do something, yeah Do something to my rhythm selection Do the Dorothy, the bad gyal nyce Do the Dorothy, the one-two step Swing your arms, click your feet, move right to the left Do the Dorothy, the bad gyal nyce Everybody roll out and dance all night Swing your body now, swing your body Swing your body now, move, move Let me see your hands in the sky Will.
What up, bro? Hey, Jeremy.
(clears throat) Got some pakalolo.
You want to go somewhere and? Seriously? Come on, you know I don't do that stuff, all right? Aw.
There's a first time for everything, bro.
Good stuff.
Uh Mr.
Williams, hi.
What's up, buddy? Uh, I didn't know you were gonna be here.
Yeah, I didn't know either.
I got to, uh I got to ask you a favor.
Yes, sir.
Grace, I promised her that I would not spy on her tonight.
Um, so I don't want to spy on her, but I want to ask you some questions, do a little research.
Look, Mr.
Williams, I-I already know where this is going, okay? You want me to tell you about her boyfriend.
Yes, I do.
Williams, I Listen, before you say anything, I know the kind of kid you are.
You don't want to rat on Grace, I respect that.
Thank you.
Yeah, you're a good kid, okay? But think about it like this.
You would be doing her a favor by telling me what I want to know.
I would? Yeah, you would.
How? How? Because if you don't tell me right now, I'm gonna go over there, I'm gonna ask her.
I'm gonna interrogate her in front of all her friends.
You want me to do that? No, sir.
You're really gonna make me tell you this, aren't you? "Make" is-is a strong word.
And you're very perceptive.
So, yeah, come on.
Well, Mr.
Williams, I uh Um, it's it's-it's me.
What's you? I'm Grace's boyfriend.
No, seriously, come on.
Yes, sir.
Yes, sir.
Okay, uh, go away.
I'm sorry if-- No, no, no, just MAMO: This is a sandwich fit for an ali'i.
Yeah, this veggie melt's out of control.
All right.
Dog? Best steak sandwich I've ever eaten.
But if Beth asks you, I ate a salad.
Kamekona, you look like you enjoyed yours.
Jury's still out, brah.
I might need another one to make a decision.
GROVER: Ignore him, McGarrett.
Your sandwich game is on point, brother.
(phone rings) Nothing but the best for my boys.
You know that.
Hey, Danny.
What's happening? It's Danny.
There's a bunch of things going on.
Did you know that our children were dating? What? Man, you don't know what you're talking about.
Yes, they most certainly are.
My son, who I know 'cause he lives in my house, and your daughter-- the two of them are dating, huh? That's what I just said, yeah.
I'll be damned.
You know what? You might be right.
I was just talking to Will today, and he was acting kind of squirrely, so I sat him down, and Uh-oh.
Uh-oh? What, uh what's uh-oh? Of all the things I was hoping you'd say, "uh-oh" was very low on the list.
Well, you know, I kind of had the talk with Will today.
That's-that's at the bottom, buddy, okay? The talk? I don't know what you're worried about, man.
It wasn't much of a talk anyway.
These kids watching YouTube, and the Internet is a damn free-for-all.
They got stuff on there that keeps me up at night.
Okay, you know what? Just stop talking all together.
You're making me sick, okay? Are you upset because Grace has a boyfriend, or-or because Grace's boyfriend happens to be my son? I don't know.
It's-it's complicated.
All right, fine.
Well, how you want to handle it? You know what? I'm gonna handle it, and I'm not gonna overreact, so, I'm gonna just go have a conversation with them both, okay? Good-bye.
Yeah, all right.
Well, what y'all looking at? (chuckles) It's-it's nothing really.
Just a little puppy love.
He ain't gonna overreact 'cause of something like that, man.
CHIN: Danny? Nah.
(laughter) I won't change this only for nothing Excuse me.
Can I, uh? Can I talk to you guys for a second, please? You see, this is why I didn't want you here.
I knew you'd make a scene.
Who's making a scene? I'm not making a scene.
I just want to talk to my daughter and her, uh her new boyfriend.
This is new, right? Ugh! You're so embarrassing! Yeah, that's the point.
You see this? That's why I'm wearing this name tag, so everybody here knows that we're related.
Ah-ah, ah-ah, ah-ah, ah-ah, ah-ah.
That way.
Come on.
Oh, yeah, come on.
Okay, here's the thing.
I, uh, I'm obviously not happy that you two have been keeping this from me.
But, uh, your father is a very good man, a friend of mine, so I'm gonna give you the benefit of the doubt.
Williams, thank you.
I Whoa, whoa, whoa.
I'm not done.
The problem is this.
Um, I was a 15 years old once.
Uh, so that automatically makes me suspicious of your every waking thought.
Not to mention the thoughts that you have while you are asleep, so, unfortunately, now, I have to watch you uh (phone plays "The Imperial March") like a hawk.
Kind of used to that.
(phone beeps) That's weird.
(music playing, indistinct conversations) Did your phone just lose service? Mr.
Williams, I know you're upset, and I'm sorry, I'm really sorry, but I want you to know that I really, really, really like Grace.
She's a Whoa, whoa, uh That's good.
Now I would like to know specifically what it is that you like about her.
And keep in mind-- wait, wait, wait, keep in mind when you answer that I was your age once, like I said, so I know that your inclination is to tell me exactly what you think I want to hear.
I also want you to keep in mind that I'm a cop.
I interrogate people for a living, so there's a pretty good chance I'm gonna know if you are lying to me.
So, you were saying? (stammering) I-I like (gunfire and screaming in the distance) Stay here, do not move, you understand me? Don't move.
Stay in this bathroom.
(screaming continues) MAN: Everyone get down on the floor! Stay down! MAN: Everybody, cell phones in the bag.
Put your cell phones in the bag.
Hurry, put your cell phones in the bag.
Give me your cell phones, put them in the bag.
Cell phones in the bag right now.
We have a problem.
He's not here.
He's in the building somewhere.
Find him.
(door opens) Told you to stay put, what are you doing? What's happening? There's, uh, five guys in the ballroom with guns.
And they're holding everybody hostage, but don't worry about it, because nobody's been hurt and nobody's gonna get hurt, you and I are gonna make sure of that.
You gonna help me? Huh? You and me? Huh? Yeah? We'll be fine, all right? Now listen, we just need to figure out a way to get some backup.
I tried to call my dad's phone, but it's not working.
Mine's not working, either.
They must've done something, jammed them up, I don't know.
(walkie-talkie chirps) Get in here.
Hide under the table now.
(door closes) TALIB (over walkie-talkie): Rasheed, you find him? Not yet.
This kid gets away, it's on you.
Understand? All right, all right, all right, come out.
Who do you think they're here for? I don't know, there's a lot of rich kids at this school.
Maybe, uh maybe ransom, I don't know.
(phone line beeping) Phone lines are dead.
We need to figure out a way to get a message to the outside.
Maybe we could get out the building, flag down a a passing car or something No, no, no, they're gonna have guards on the outside guarding all the exits.
I'm not leaving Grace alone.
See that sign right there? It faces the street.
If we could figure out a way to change the message on that sign.
How do we do that? Control room.
We got to make it to the control room.
Okay, control room is there.
Okay, uh, that's not too far.
I can't have you walking those halls with me, you're gonna stay here.
No, no, no, I should go with you.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no.
You can't go with me, you're gonna stay here.
I'll make it to the control room, I'm gonna chance the sign, I'm gonna come back, and I'm gonna get you, okay? So you're tech-savvy, right? You're tech-savvy, you're good with electronics? Computers? You know Good-ish.
Okay, because if my dad had to walk into a control room, and had to change the sign by himself Okay, I get it, I get the point.
You make a good point.
You know how to do all that stuff? Yes, sir.
You're gonna listen to exactly what I say.
" Come on All right, let's go.
Let's go.
Went the wrong way.
(door opens) Hey, come here.
(radio static) TALIB: Rasheed, where are you? RASHEED: Still searching the first floor.
DANNY: All right, what are you doing? All the cables from the servers, they all lead to this panel.
(opening panel) (panting) It's a crawlspace.
It might lead all the way to the control room.
I guess that makes sense.
Something wrong, Mr.
Williams? No, nothing's wrong, we're talking about it.
Let's just it over with.
Let's go.
(girls crying) (whispering): It's gonna be okay.
(crying): How can you say that? My dad's here.
(grunting) (breathing heavily) DANNY: Yeah.
Williams? You okay? I'm great, I'm great.
A-Are having a panic attack? A little claustrophobic.
Keep going, don't stop.
Let's just have a conversation, okay? Just keep talking to me, all right? Okay.
Okay, um what do you want to talk about? I don't know about what, talk to me about Grace, how about that? Tell me about Grace.
Why Grace? Sh she's smart and funny Funny? You can't do better than that? She's my, she's my best friend.
Um we have stuff in common.
Like, uh our dads are both cops.
We both like winter and miss the snow.
You know, she-she-she's just really honest.
I mean, if I say something stupid, she'll just call me out on it, you know? That's really great.
Sounds just like her mother.
Oh, okay, thank you very much.
Let's see what you got, okay? (out of breath): All right.
(typing on keyboard) (digital beeps) That's it? I could've done that.
Okay, um, what should we change it to? Uh, do, uh, "Hostages inside.
Call 911.
" Okay.
Think it'll work? Yeah, it's gonna work.
As long as someone sees it, it's gonna work.
Excuse me.
Did you see that sign? Oh, there's a dance going on inside.
High school kids.
Probably a prank.
Okay, but what if it's not? What are you doing in here? You're supposed to wait outside.
And you were supposed to grab the kid and leave, not take hostages.
There's a problem.
Your boy is missing.
That's not possible, I brought him in here myself, he must be in the building.
You sure about that? Because my guys have been searching everywhere.
The sign out front was changed.
What are you talking about? It was changed to read, "Hostages, call 911.
" The boy must've done it.
I'll cut the power.
This kid is screwing everything up.
We better find him! WILL: Someone must've seen the sign by now.
I mean the cops must be on their way, right? Yeah, that's what I'm hoping for.
Listen, do not move, stay here, okay? Okay.
(door closes) (tires screech) That's not good.
Someone's coming? Yeah, someone's coming, but not who we wanted.
More bad guys with guns.
Wait, what, (stammering): like reinforcements? I don't know, listen to me, You, get in that crawlspace, do not move until this whole thing is over, you understand me? I should help Hey, hey, hey, don't argue with me, all right? You're already dating my daughter, I don't need another reason not to like you.
Get in that crawlspace, do not move until this is over, you hear me? Okay.
All right.
Go on, go on.
Good luck.
Thank you.
Close the door behind you.
DOG: Okay, all you high makamakas, you're in trouble now.
I call.
That's too rich for my blood.
I bow.
I can't handle it.
DOG: Ooh Chin! I'm in.
Really? Are you sure about that? I'm gonna be scared of you? You call with any pair you got.
And, you, I think you're bluffing.
I think you're all bark and no bite.
Roof! That's it.
Let's see 'em.
Boom! (exhales) Ah, well, how about that? Ace, ace, baby! Oh, not again! You took the last steak sandwich, and now you take all our money? What can I say, bruddah? The Dog is off his leash.
All right, next hand.
Hey, Lou, you in? Huh? No.
Um, no.
You know what? Now, this is the fifth text I sent to Will.
Lou, he's at a dance, okay? He's having fun.
He doesn't want to text with his dad.
Or he's hiding in the bathroom from Danny.
(laughter) You know what? You're right.
I was thinking the same thing.
I'm going down there.
(others groaning) No, no, I'm going down there.
Don't touch my cigar.
Leave my cigar right here.
And leave my Scotch here, too.
It's my son, and I know how Danny can get.
(others laughing) (grunting) (whistle) (clicks empty) (gunfire) (grunts) You okay? You okay? What the hell's the matter with you? Excuse me? I said what the hell's the matter with you? I told you to stay put.
What, are you nuts? Is something wrong with your head? Um, you're welcome-- I'm pretty sure I just saved your life.
Thank you, but please do not change the subject.
Don't move.
I changed my mind.
Come here, help me Help me tie this guy up.
One on each ankle, and one up the middle.
All right? Okay.
TALIB (over radio): Jalil, Akeem? Is anyone there? Sorry, Jalil and Akeem can't pick up the phone right now because they picked the wrong two guys to mess with, right? You're definitely a Grover.
RASHEED (over radio): It's Rasheed.
No sign of the boy.
I don't know what happened to the others.
TALIB: There's no way that Pinoy brat is picking us off.
There must be someone else in the building.
Who's a Pinoy? Is that Filipino? Yeah.
Wait What? What? I think I know who they're after.
Jeremy Ramos.
He's a tenth-grader.
What is he, a rich kid? Not just rich, his dad's some type of, uh, important diplomat.
I hate politics.
All right, look, we gotta find this kid before they do.
Hold this.
I think I have an idea of what he's doing.
Yeah? Yeah.
Stay close, okay? Good evening, sir.
Can I help you? No, I just gotta go in here and talk to my son.
Well, the doors are locked.
What do you mean locked? There's kids in there.
That's a fire hazard.
Guess it keeps 'em from wandering off.
All right, my man, I'm a cop, okay? I need you to go over there and open those doors for me right now.
Brah, I don't have the keys.
In fact, I'm locked out myself.
How do you get locked out? All right, I'm gonna call my son.
Maybe he can find somebody to get us both in.
Aw (scoffs) Got no signal.
Dead spot.
You might have more luck trying over there.
This is crazy.
I'm switching companies.
WILL: Hey, Jeremy.
Hey, kid, wake up.
Young Will.
You changed your mind.
Dude, you narced on me! Hey, hey, hey.
Listen to me.
There's people looking for you.
Okay? We gotta get you out of here right now.
You understand? We gotta go, okay? (door opens) I got nothing over here, either.
Here we go.
Looks like I'm getting a signal now.
(grunts) Guys, behind you.
(grunts) Stay down! What the hell is going on in here? Oh.
Let's go, come on, come on, come on, come on! Come on, come on.
McGarrett, party over.
(gunfire) You need to get your ass down here right now! Right now! (sirens blaring) Any word on the hostages? Nothing yet, but we think Danny, Grace, and Will are inside.
We tried to call inside the building but the phones are disabled and the cell signal's being jammed.
So we don't even know what they want.
No, but I think that's about to change.
(Grover knocks on truck) Hey! Step out, I want to talk to him.
I got nothing to say.
Okay, Frank.
What, are you surprised I know your name? Who do you think you're talking to? I'm the police.
Yeah, I ran your fingerprints.
I know you work security for the Philippine consulate.
I talked to your co-workers.
You're a degenerate gambler.
I assume that's why you did this.
But I don't care about that.
Let me tell you what I do care about.
I care about who hired you and why.
Maybe you never done this before.
See, this is the part where you tell me what I want to know.
And you're gonna do it, too.
Remember when I walked up to you? I told you my son was in there.
So you better tell me what I want to know.
Or what? You gonna hurt me? You're not gonna hurt me.
You're a cop.
You're right.
By the way, that shoulder won't hurt as bad once they take the bullet out.
Well, maybe I can help you with that.
(screaming) Huh? I'm sorry, buddy.
I'm not a doctor.
(groaning) Okay, yes.
(pained groan) You were saying? This is a layout of the first floor.
Multiple access points.
That's good.
If we breach, they won't know where we're coming in.
On the other hand, we don't know where they're holding the hostages, so we'd be going in blind.
All right, now we know what we're dealing with.
This guy was paid off by a terror group called Jemaah.
Jemaah? They're Al-Qaeda.
They're a splinter group of Al-Qaeda.
They're based out of Jakarta.
The target is one of Will's classmates-- this kid named Jeremy Ramos.
And his father is some high-ranking diplomat in the Philippines government.
And this son of a bitch is supposed to be the kid's bodyguard.
Well, what would the Jemaah want with them? I asked him about it, he didn't know.
He might just be saying that.
Trust me, Kono, if he knew, he'd have told me.
All right, we need to get Jerry on the line.
Maybe he can tell us more about this splinter group.
We went through the list of people who checked in.
They're all accounted for except for one-- Will Grover.
He's a ninth-grader.
There's also a parent who never checked in-- Rachel Edwards.
So you think a ninth-grader and some soccer mom are the reason we're down six men? No, Talib.
Okay, I think I know what this is about.
The Jemaah's number one, an imam named Suharto Chandra, has been in jail in the Philippines for three years.
So they're looking to make a trade.
Trade their leader for this diplomat's son? Right.
Yeah, but if they guy's been locked up for three years already, then why now? Maybe because Suharto Chandra's scheduled for execution in two days.
So the clock's ticking.
These guys have to do something.
They're desperate.
A trade? I mean, most governments, they don't negotiate with terrorists.
Yeah, Lou's right, but this one might.
Because the reality is this is our best bet at ending this standoff peacefully.
Jerry, thank you.
Stay by the phone, all right? Chin, how's HPD doing tracking down Jeremy's father? I was told he was en route right now.
Okay, good, do me a favor, stay on him, please.
Get with this-- if we open a dialogue with these guys, I need him on site right now.
I'll keep you posted.
Uh I have to go to the bathroom.
Too bad.
(crying) Quiet.
Stop that.
MAN: I said shut up! Take her.
TALIB: "Danny Williams.
" Is that name on the list? No.
Where is he? I don't know.
You think something happened to him? Look, relax, okay? He's checking things out.
The guy's Five-O.
I'm sure he's fine.
Maybe they got him.
(door opens) Guys all right? What's going on? SWAT's outside, your father, Five-O.
They got the place surrounded.
So, as much as I've enjoyed our time together, it looks like it's coming to an end, all right? Jeremy, you all right? Yes, sir.
(radio crackles) TALIB: Danny Williams We know you have Jeremy Ramos.
Bring him to us in two minutes or I begin shooting his classmates.
And I'll start with your daughter.
Time's almost up, Mr.
We're right here, all right? Just relax.
Everything's cool, okay? Turn off the jammer.
(woman whimpers) (beeps) (phone ringing) Hey, hey, hey.
This might be them.
Jeremy's father's here.
(phone continues ringing) (beeps) This is Commander McGarrett.
Who am I speaking to, please? TALIB: My name is not important.
The only thing that matters is what I need from you.
Danny probably gave him his number.
Which means he's okay.
Here's what's going to happen.
You're going to talk to Jeremy Ramos' father and have him arrange for the release of Suharto Chandra.
STEVE: Yeah, we're working on that right now, but I need something from you.
I need an assurance that those hostages are okay.
He wants to know if you're okay.
All right, uh, Steve.
We're fine, everybody's fine.
Nobody's hurt, okay? Fine for now.
You have one hour to arrange for the release.
Then we start shooting people.
RAMOS: Is there any word on my son? We have received assurances that everybody inside is okay for now.
And their demands? As we suspected, they want to swap the life of your son for their leader's freedom.
I'm afraid that's not possible.
Well, damn it, you better offer them something.
You don't want to negotiate with terrorists, your son is in there.
My son is in there! I'm very sorry to hear that.
But there's no way I can give them what they want.
Then why don't you get someone on the phone who can? You don't understand.
I already spoke to my president.
He won't let the country be blackmailed.
It don't have to come to that and you know it.
These kind of situations, there's all kinds of back-channel negotiations.
Your president can say he didn't know.
He wanted to prove a point.
So, he expedited the imam's execution.
What are you saying to me? The imam can't be freed because he's already dead.
The only thing we got going for us right now is that the Philippine government has not made news of this execution public yet.
Well, Ramos can get his government to hold off on that announcement.
KONO: Yeah, but it's a matter of time before that news leaks.
Well, then, we're gonna have to breach before then.
No, no.
We can't breach yet.
We don't know how many of them there are, we don't know what kind of firepower they have, or where they're even holding the hostages.
We can't get close enough for thermals.
What if we can convince them to release a few hostages? STEVE: Yes, yes.
That means we get a couple of kids back, (phone ringing) and those kids can tell us what the setup is in there.
(beeps) Commander McGarrett.
Have you made the arrangements? Yeah.
Yeah, I have.
I need a show of good faith from you.
I need a couple hostages.
Not going to happen.
STEVE: Two hostages.
You're wasting time, time which you do not have.
Because in 30 minutes, people will die.
Just listen to me, two kids.
What's it gonna hurt, just give me two kids.
Ask again and I'll shoot two hostages.
(mouths) DANNY: Hey, hey.
Let me let me talk to him, huh? And why would I do that? 'Cause we want the same things.
Okay? He frees your guy, we all get to go home.
I can help, all right? That's all we want, we just want to go home.
(grunts) If you say the wrong thing Just relax, okay? Just relax.
All right? Steve? Danny.
Listen to me, these guys, they mean business, okay? (sighs) So, you-you got to you got to do what they say.
All right, call the consul, do what you will.
Call who you will.
Okay? All right, because-cause they're, they're gonna do what they say they're gonna do, they will, you understand? Call who you will, all right? He's the first one to die.
You have 29 minutes.
"Call whoever you will"? That doesn't sound like Danny.
Will Will.
Will is someplace safe in there, Danny is telling me to call my son.
Call him right now.
(phone beeps) Hello.
Dad? (whispers): Dad.
GROVER: Will, what's up with you, boy, you all right? Yeah.
I'm fine.
Thanks to Mr.
We changed the sign and we took out some of the guys that He he hid me in this tunnel to be safe All right, all right.
Just slow down, slow down.
Okay? What's going on? Dad.
I'm-I'm I'm sorry I didn't tell you about Grace.
I know I should've, I I'm sorry.
We'll talk about that later.
Everything's gonna be fine, that's the most important thing.
I'm your father, I'm not gonna let nothing happen to you.
Okay? Just tell me this.
Do you know where they're keeping the hostages? In the ballroom, where the dance was.
Can you without putting yourself in danger, can you get eyes on what's going on in there, report back to us? I can do better than that.
You my boy, and I love you.
Thank you.
Love you, too.
Just hang in there, okay? It's almost over, I promise.
Huh? Okay.
Danno? I'm really glad you're here.
Me, too.
Me, too.
All right, now listen, no matter what happens, I want you to keep your head down, okay? All right? (woman whimpers, indistinct chatter) (inhales) (beeps) CHIN: Okay, we're receiving Will's live stream.
Looks like we've got one, two, three, four, five hostiles, Steve.
KONO: Oh, no.
What's happening? CHIN: They're starting to fan out.
They're heading for the north exit.
We got to go.
We got to go right now.
Move out! Let's go, let's go! (silenced gunshots) (grunting) (whistles) DANNY: Stay down! (gunshot) Stay down! Stay down! Everybody stay down! Everybody all right? I'm going to find Will.
It's over, okay? Grace.
You guys okay? (woman crying) Where's Grace Grace, where are you? Uncle Steve! Grace! (woman crying) RAMOS: Jeremy? Jeremy! KONO: It's all right, we'll get you out of here.
KONO: You okay? Boy.
Come here.
Mm! I'm so proud of you, oh, my God.
(panting) Good? All right.
What, nothing? Nothing? No hug? I am so happy to see you right now, I'll give you a hug, I'll give you a kiss, pick a base.
Give me the hug.
What took you so long, huh? (slow song begins playing) I've been waiting all night for this.
Ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh Ooh, oh Ay, ay, ay, ay, ay Ooh, ooh Oh, oh You know I taught him those moves.
Don't teach him any more moves, he doesn't need any those are enough moves.
Right there, okay? He doesn't need any more (laughs) of your moves.
(exhales) He really is really a good kid, you did a really good job.
Saved my ass more than once tonight, Hey, he saved all our asses.
Both of you.
Danny, thank you for looking out for my son.
Stop, what are you, cra Of c he's like family.
He's family.
Hopefully not actual family any time soon, but he's like family.
Look, I know what you're going through.
I got a daughter myself, you know.
But, you know, you could do a lot worse.
Both of us could.
No question.
Both of us could.
(inhales) (sighs) You missed a hell of a poker game, by the way.
And I tell you, the poker game wasn't even the best part, the best part was McGarrett? I don't know where he found these things, but, man, he had some sandwiches.
These hoagies were, like, as big as your head.
Oh, yeah.
I brought those sandwiches.
He took credit for that? I knew he was gonna do that.
I brought those sandwiches over and then I left.
Wha And here's another thing, someone save me a sandwich? Can I at least have that, maybe? Someone save me a sandwich? Saved you a sandwich, are you kidding? Let me tell you the lineup what was there.
You didn't see it? You-You had Jerry, you had Kamekona, you had Mamo, you had Dog, hell, I'm lucky I got a sandwich myself.
I mean, you can't complain about nothing like that I got you.
A sandwich? Ooh, ooh You're a good man.
Come here.
I love you, buddy.
(laughs) You're a good man.
I'm hungry Ooh.
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